If your having problems finding that ideal piece of music then please feel free to pick up the phone or send us a fax, you can find all of our contact details by clicking on About Us.
We have two levels of genre for most of our tracks. For instance we have over xxxxx Rock/Pop tracks so to make it easier to search we have split down rock/pop and other 'high level' genres into several sub genres. Sub genres will only be displayed where there are tracks associated, and so there shouldn't be too many fruitless searches.
Do you think some of our tracks are in the wrong Genre/Sub Genre - Do let us know and we will correct them for you. Email us at email@example.com
This is our quick search and can be used to search by artist and/or track title
We have spent a considerable amount of time developing our unique power search. It empowers you with the maximum amount of searching ability. For our top tracks we have given each one up to five themes or moods which best categorise its sound. Here you can search by those themes or moods as well as artist, title, genre, decade, chart hit and keyword! We are adding tracks to this section all of the time, if you can't find what you are looking for please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Once you have found that perfect track or tracks you can add them to a project area. You need to be logged on to use this function; however, it's one of the most useful areas on the site so it is worth going through the registration process. Once logged on you can email the project to anybody else in the world, this person can then visit the site and listen and browse through your chosen tracks
This is our A-Z of all our artists; you can search by letter (first name) and click through on the artist name to see their associated tracks.
This is our A-Z of all our labels; you can search by letter (first name) and click through on the label name to see their associated Artists. You need to be logged on to use this feature.
You can browse around the site and listen to 30 second streaming clips without registering. However, if you would like to request a track or add a track to your project area we do ask that you register. The registration process is simple, we ask you to complete a brief form and agree to our terms and conditions. We then email you an activation email to your registered email address. This is for security reasons, and you should receive the email almost instantly. Once activated you are free to request tracks from the tracklicensing team.
Once your account is activated, in this section you can change any of your stored details, such as email preferences, audio clip format and password.
The latest news from tracklicensing and from within the licensing industry in general.
If you have anything that's worth mentioning, please let us know. You can email us at any time at email@example.com
In this section you can find and search for any of our tracks that have ever been in the UK or US charts.
When registering on the site we ask you to enter a hint as to what your password might be, this is an automated service, so if you get stuck we can email your hint to you. If that doesn't help please ask us to reset your account details by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will send you service level emails to help you use the website and to inform you of any track requests that you may have made. We have an optional opt-in weekly email, which we hope you will subscribe to; it will highlight the latest additions to the website as well as any licensing news in general. Of course if you prefer not to receive this 'news' email in the future you will be able to automatically opt out at any time.
Terms and Conditions
Click here to see our Terms and Conditions
How to license a track
In most cases we own or represent the master rights of each track's recording. You therefore will need to acquire permission to use the publishing rights from the relevant body such as MCPS in the UK. In the instances where we own both the master and publishing rights, we will of course advise you accordingly.
Most of our tracks come with worldwide rights. However, in some instances, this is not the case. Of course if you are seeking worldwide clearances for a track that does not have worldwide rights we will do our best to advise you of the best and most appropriate course of action or option.
Once you have selected a track to license, we will ask you to complete a simple track request form, which upon completing is sent to us and a copy to yourself. We then take this track request form and clarify our legal position and rights ownership. There may be some further questions we need to obtain from yourself before starting the formal licensing process and agreeing on the relevant fee. In some cases we will need to seek consent from the Artist and/or Artists Management Company before agreeing a contract with you.
If you do encounter any technical problems whilst using the site please email us at email@example.com
If you notice any mistakes in our data please let us know and we will correct it immediately.
Our soundclips have been encoded in to two formats - Windows Media and Clipstream. To playback a Windows Media file you will need the Windows Media Player or the Real Media plug-in. Clipstream clips are played back using standard html technology and do not require a separate player. Clipstream clips are particularly useful if you are accessing this site through a corporate firewall.
Our soundclips are 30 seconds in length; we are unable to offer you full length tracks at this time due to legal reasons. For our top tracks we have picked what we think to be the most relevant and memorable 30 seconds of each song. If you would prefer a full-length version please let us know and we will do our best to acquire the relevant CD for you.
Themes, Subjects and Moods
For our top tracks we have given each one up to five themes or moods which best categorise its sound. You can also search by artist, title, genre, decade, chart hit and keyword! You can find our themes, subjects and mood searching by clicking on Power Search. You need to be logged on to use this function. We are adding tracks to this section all of the time. If you can't find what you're looking for please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Who are we and what do we do?
We are owned and managed by Demon Music Group, based in London. We represent Demon's own master recordings for licensing as well as a growing repertoire of third party catalogues such as Ministry of Sound and Brunswick. For further information on the key individuals involved with running tracklicensing please click on About Us.